Peak Startup Pitch Night
Basic requirements to pitch:
1. Attend a Pitch Night.
2. Create your pitch and presentation materials (PDF, PowerPoint, or Google Slides only).
3. Attend a mandatory Pitch Practice Session. This will be scheduled at least one month in advance of your scheduled Pitch Night by the Pitch Night Committee after the request form has been received and reviewed.
4. Incorporate feedback from the Pitch Practice Session and make adjustments to your pitch deck and presentation.
5. Submit your updated pitch deck (PDF, PowerPoint, or Google Slides only), and a video of you presenting the pitch by specified deadline provided at Pitch Practice (usually two-weeks prior to scheduled Pitch Night). The committee will review your presentation and materials and provide feedback for any further adjustments.
6. Submit your final presentation deck (PDF, PowerPoint, or Google Slides only) by designated deadline (usually 2-3 days prior to scheduled Pitch Night).
7. Pitch at Pitch Night
8. Complete feedback surveys.

Please consider these requirements and deadlines prior to submitting your request to pitch. Also, note that we typically schedule pitches 2-3 months in advance due to this schedule and demand.

Pitch Night is an educational opportunity for startup and potential startup entrepreneurs to gain practice, refine pitch points, and receive feedback and insights from the audience. Network marketers and other established service provider businesses need not apply.

Company/Idea Name
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Contact Name
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Email Address
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Phone Number
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Company/Idea Description
Two-sentence summary. We will use this in event promotions.
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Company/Idea URL
if available
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How did you learn about Pitch Night
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Have you attended a Pitch Night previously?
Are you located in the Pikes Peak area?
In what phase of the startup lifecycle is your company?
Why do you want to pitch at Pitch Night?
For instance, you want to practice pitching, you want feedback from the audience, you are looking for cofounders/beta users, you are wanting to make an announcement, you want community exposure, etc.
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For what are you pitching? What's your ask?
For example, you are seeking ideas for marketing validation, you are looking for founders, you are looking for customers/users, you are seeking crowd feedback on a specific aspect of your business model, you are generating revenue and practicing an investor pitch.
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